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“The most powerful way to improve education is to collect the right data and to keep them in front of the right people.” Lynn Fielding (Annual Growth, Catch-up Growth; 2007). …evidence, statistics, proof, documentation, numbers, facts, results, scores…. po data , po dahta …

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“The most powerful way to improve education is to collect the right data and to keep them in front of the right people.”

Lynn Fielding

(Annual Growth, Catch-up Growth; 2007)

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…evidence, statistics, proof, documentation, numbers, facts, results, scores…

podata, podahta…

…“know thy impact”

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Q1 - Where would you place your understanding of a problem-solving model?

A – What’s that?

B – Awareness Level

C – I get it in theory and practice.

D – I live it and lead it!

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Q2 – How often would you say teams you work on follow a problem-solving model?

A – Never (Not when I’ve been there!)

B – Occasionally (We’ve tried that once or twice.)

C – Usually (Most meetings include this cycle.)

D – Always (We could teach folks how to use evidence well.)

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Q3 – In which team environments do you experience evidence-based problem solving most effectively?

A – Student-Level Support Meetings

B – Grade-Level/Department Meetings

C – Building Leadership Team Meetings

D – Cross-District Meetings

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Applying Evidence-Based Problem Solving

  • Data inventories
    • Perceptual
    • Demographic
    • Academic
    • Process/Implementation
  • Routine use (language and expectations)
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Q4 – Could you access all of these data sources to assist in problem-solving for your students?

A – Not beyond my gradebook!

B – I can access at least 2 of these.

C – I can access at least 3 of these.

D – I can and do access all of these sources!

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Applying Evidence-Based Problem Solving

  • The Third Point
  • Pronouns
  • Protocols
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Q5 – Which of these strategies could your building leadership team strengthen?

A – Routine Use of Evidence

B – The Third Point

C – Depersonalized Pronouns

D – Use of Protocols

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Q6 – Which of these strategies could your grade-level/department team strengthen?

A – Routine Use of Evidence

B – The Third Point

C – Depersonalized Pronouns

D – Use of Protocols